What does a light orange aura mean?






Dreamt last night that someone was telling me over and over that I had a “light orange aura”.. and I woke up immediately. I dont even know where this dream came from, I dont know anything about auras, I read today online about orange auras…but in the dream it keep being stressed it was LIGHT orange…Does anyone have any idea what that could mean, if anything? Thanks!


  1. Eeeeh to my knowledge having a red aura has a relation to fire, courage, rage and some kind of disrespect… so you probably have a rage inside of yourself that will show up or you might grow courageous over time…
    Light means healing, kindness, a healing touch, an oath to protect and heal those in need.
    So a mix of fire and light? it means you have courage and a sense to help and heal those in need to the point that you will go into a rage if you know you can do something to help people but your told not to.
    I say there is going to be a challenge in your future that will need both parts of your aura you’ll probably grow courageous and find someone in need that you connect with and you will probably make an oath to help that person or people.

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